Vulnerability Assessments and Penetration Testing (VAPT)

Vulnerability Assessments and Penetration Testing (VAPT) conducts two distinct activities, frequently with disparate outcomes, inside the same domain of interest. The tests have varying strengths and are frequently combined to provide a more comprehensive vulnerability analysis.

Vulnerability assessment tools identify which vulnerabilities exist, but they do not distinguish between problems that can be exploited and those that cannot. Vulnerability scanners notify businesses of pre-existing problems in their code and where they may be found. Penetration tests aim to exploit system vulnerabilities to assess whether unauthorized access or other malicious conduct is possible, as well as which faults constitute a threat to the application. Penetration testing identifies exploitable weaknesses and assesses their severity. Thus, VAPT by RSK cyber security firms provides a complete identification for both existing and potential cyber threats.

Scope Definition

Collaborating with customers to identify and record assessment objectives, scope, and norms of engagement.

Reconnaissance

Gathering relevant information from the client and collecting publicly available information.

Enumeration

Comprehensive port scanning with system & service identification and operating system fingerprinting.

Vulnerabilities Identification

Placing the vulnerabilities associated with the target host along with scanning policy configuration.

Result Analysis

Monitoring policy configurations with false-positive elimination and testing possible manual discoveries.

Possible Exposure Recalling

Research, Identify, and map exploits to vulnerabilities found on the target host.

Exploitation

Carry out privilege escalation attacks on the target system in order to acquire administrative access and collect evidence of successful exploitation.

Analysis and reporting

carry out privilege escalation attacks on the target system in order to acquire administrative access and collect evidence of successful exploitation.

Security Verification

The apps and networks that you visit frequently can be a major gateway for hackers and breachers. Through rigorous manual and automated evaluations, Security Verification Services can uncover security holes and vulnerabilities in these apps, networks, and systems, abating cyber threats. While improving your security posture, the assessments lower risks and protect IT infrastructure.

RSK Cybersecurity services second an organization’s need to secure its infrastructure, applications, and digital assets to be secure against sophisticated attacks. We offer dependable verification services to assess your cyber protection capabilities, identify major weaknesses, and assist you in resolving them.

Action Module:

  • Simulated Attacks are used to assess resilience
  • Organize a bespoke assessment for your business
  • Proactively identify threats
  • Strengthen CyberSecurity

Digital Transformation

Digital transformation is the adoption of digital technologies. Its implementation aims are often to promote efficiency, value, or innovation.

It all comes down to technology, data, procedure, and organizational transformation. We’ve been involved in, advised on, or researched hundreds of digital transformations throughout the years.

Digital transformation is essential for all organizations, from small to large. That message is heard loud and clear in virtually every lecture, panel discussion, article, or study about how firms may remain competitive and relevant as the world gets more digital.

Accelerate your physical platforms transformed into a cloud environment with RSK Cyber security services. We assist your company to expand rapidly, improve operational efficiency, and be digitally mature.

Our digital transformation consulting services will help you escalate your income, reduce expenses, improve security, and create new methods of organizing activities. Allow our experience to supplement your digital transformation initiatives.

Security Audits

A security audit is a high-level explanation of the many methods that businesses may use to evaluate and analyze their overall security posture, including cybersecurity. To get your desired outcomes and accomplish your business objectives, you may use more than one form of a security audit.

If you have even a passing interest in cybersecurity news, you should have a good intuitive understanding of why audits are vital. Regular audits can detect new risks and unintended effects of organizational change, and they are also mandated by law in several areas, most notably the medical and financial sectors.

How do Cybersecurity Audits help your Business?

  • Check to see whether your existing security plan is acceptable.
  • Check that your security training initiatives are moving the needle from one audit to the next. Cut costs by shutting down or reusing unnecessary hardware and software discovered during the audit.
  • Security audits identify flaws introduced into your business by new technology or practices.
  • Demonstrate compliance with rules such as HIPAA, PCI-DSS, GDPR, and others.

Data Sovereignty

Data sovereignty refers to the concept that data is subject to the laws and governance systems of the country in which it is gathered. Data sovereignty is intertwined with data security, cloud computing, and technical sovereignty.

SaaS (Software as a Service) and Cloud storage services have grown in popularity in recent years; however, their use frequently involves international data transfers, which can pose significant compliance difficulties for both users and suppliers.

Data sovereignty and the EU GDPR

The EU GDPR applies to the processing of personal data of EU residents, regardless of where such processing takes place. Furthermore, it applies to both data controllers and data processors, thus whether your company utilizes or provides a Cloud service that processes the data of EU citizens, you must comply.

International data transfers are permitted under the EU GDPR.

  • Based on an adequacy decision
  • When proper measures are in place

Adequacy Decision

This implies that personal data can continue to flow from the EEA to the UK without the need for organizations to utilize SCCs (standard contractual clauses) or other methods to ensure suitable protections are in place.

Transfers of personal data to a third country (i.e. one that is not an EEA member), a territory, or an international organization are permitted only if the European Commission determines that there is an “adequate level of protection,” just as they were under the EU GDPR’s predecessor, the Data Protection Directive 1995.

ISO 27001

A growing number of businesses are pursuing certification to international standards as a means of showing compliance with the GDPR’s information security obligations and other data security and privacy legislation.

ISO 27001 is an international standard that sets the standards for a best-practice ISMS (information security management system) that will assist you in implementing the “necessary” organizational and technological security measures mandated by both the EU GDPR and the NIS Directive.

RSK Cybersecurity service provider solves these conflicts for you and handles the data transfer in the most secure way.

Embedded systems security

what is embedded security

Embedded systems aid in the delivery of a wide range of operational technology. From your car’s adaptive cruise control to the WiFi on your smart fridge. With cyberattacks on the rise, safeguarding these systems has never been more important.

Embedded devices are popular targets for hackers because a successful attack may provide attackers access to the data created, received, and processed by them. Embedded solutions offer the tools, techniques, and best practices for securing embedded systems’ software and hardware.

End-to-End Embedded Security

Devices must be designed to be secure. To that aim, end-to-end security requirements must be implemented in an embedded context. This implies that you should consider security while selecting hardware, establishing your system architecture, designing your system, and, of course, developing code.

What is lacking in Modern embedded solutions?

Despite the fact that there are several solutions available for debugging, exploiting, and pen-testing embedded systems, they are rarely employed. A lot of emphases is still placed on physically securing the device, but not enough work is put into defending against software-related assaults. Even the most basic and easily avoidable application security risks and vulnerabilities are still prevalent in modern embedded devices.
RSK Cyber security recognizes these flaws and works for a sustainable solution for the clients.

Thick Client Security

A thick client is a client in architecture or network that often delivers complex functionality independent of the server. The majority of the work in these apps is done at the client-side, with only an occasional connection to the server.

The cross-platform hierarchical chart of Thick-client security solutions is as follows:

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Low latency

Response times in production networks are measured in milliseconds and must be met. It is critical that devices be plug-and-play compliant so that they may be changed easily and without the need for specialized knowledge. These networks are intended to enable activities that need near-real-time access to constantly changing data.

Ensure optimum availability

Constant availability is a primary requirement for production networks, which necessitates the provision of adequate redundancy methods. To ensure the safety of people and equipment, safety elements that allow for an emergency stop are required. Connections on the shop floor may be formed flexibly. Protocols such as PROFINET, PROFIBUS, etc helps in doing so.

Complex Environment Usability

OT must perform in tough settings, necessitating the use of rugged equipment intended for extreme environmental conditions, with a wide temperature range, available in various IP protection classes (splash- and dustproof), and specific certifications (shock & vibration resistance, electromagnetic compatibility, device assembly and design). This contains toughened procedures as well (IRT, iPRP).

Multilevel protection concept

According to the defence-in-depth paradigm, manufacturing plant protection consists of three defensive levels: system integrity, plant security, and network security. The emphasis here is on availability and integrity. Response times are critical, and data must always be received. In the worst-case scenario, data loss or inaccurate data might halt production.

Security for the Internet of Things (IoT)

With continuous digitalization and the dependability of the modern lifestyle in cyberspace, we tend to rely on Internet of Things (IoT) devices for simplification of deployment and administration, user comfort, and creativity. Cybersecurity is essentially something that needs management using inventive and technical techniques to safeguard organizational infrastructure and commercial applications.

Embedded Security

Integrate cryptographic functionality into an existing ECU by inserting a secure element (Electronic Control Unit). We deliver smart cards that ensure identification and regulate access and make you more efficient in your company and contacts with customers and citizens with our leading solutions. This service will provide easy and streamlined communication.

Secure communication

Secured identity management is crucial to the security of the digital environment. Rsk Cybersecurity delivers a secure, compliant, and scalable solution to meet these new problems with its IoT Security Server, which secures connected objects, their connections, and the data transfer. We assist your company with its digital transformation, allowing you to focus on building your IoT business.

Lifecycle Management of Device Identity

Electronic certificates enable programmes to implement security services such as user authentication, transaction non-repudiation, and data exchange secrecy.
Metapki maintains data security by requiring strong authentication for access to all metapki functional entities, documenting all actions, encrypting important information, and protecting private and public keys with Hardware Security Modules (HSM).

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